Index
absolutism, 18, 21, 23–24, 78, 81, 89–90, 112, 119,
136, 181 n. 51
aesthetics, 30, 33–34, 37–38, 41, 43–44, 46; and
interest, 30, 37–38, 161 n. 33; and value, 39,
163 n. 10
agency, 62, 141–43, 149
Agitators, 124, 127–28
Agreement of the People, An, 128, 131
anarchy, 103, 122, 130, 143
Ancient Constitution, 132, 135
Anderson, Elizabeth, 153 n. 12
‘‘Anomalies’’ (Kahneman, Knetsch, and
Thaler), 157 n. 45
anonymity, 140
Antichrist, 24, 106, 126, 134, 138
antinomianism, 109, 120, 123, 138
apocalypse, 11, 36, 126–27
architecture, 146
Arendt, Hannah, 175 n. 21
Aristotle, 45, 98, 111, 114
art-and-science, 27, 38, 62, 71, 146–47, 171 n. 64
associationism, 59–60, 171 n. 59
atheism, 43, 107, 137, 139
atomism, 4, 18
authenticity, 38, 46, 71
author-driven study, 151–52 n. 5
authority, 25–26, 58, 79, 93–94, 112–13, 127, 133,
144, 170 n. 49
Bacon, Francis, 113
Balbus, Isaac, 157 n. 45
Becker, Gary, 2, 32, 140, 146, 161 n. 35, 184 n. 2
belief, 6, 51, 55, 61–63, 65, 66–69, 70–71, 74, 87,
140, 149
benevolence, 35, 59, 64. See also sympathy
Bentham, Jeremy: on action, 51–52, 54–57, 62–
66, 67–68, 70, 148, 169 n. 39; alarm, 72; auto-
icon, 157 n. 45; and Church of England, 144,
154 n. 18, 174 n. 117; on civil law, 50, 75, 144;
and codification, 55, 58, 143–45, 147, 152 n. 9;
constitutional theory, 8, 11, 48, 50, 54, 70, 72,
102, 144, 169 n. 31, 174 n. 117; on contract
management, 148; and cost-benefit analysis,
14, 16, 144–45; on democracy, see democ-
racy; on disciplines, 146; on discourse, 49–
50, 52, 62–63, 66, 68, 69–71, 73–74, 76, 152 n.
7; on economy, 145–47; on example, 72–73;
on expectation, see expectations; four ends
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